Asian perspectives on financial sector reforms and regulation / Masahiro Kawai and Eswar S. Prasad, editors.
Associated Name: Kawai, Masahiro, 1947-
Associated Name: Prasad, Eswar.
Associated Name: Asian Development Bank Institute.
Associated Name: Brookings Institution.
Publication year: c2011.
Call Number HG187.A2 A853 2011
Media class: Book
Publisher: Tokyo : Asian Development Bank Institute ;Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815722106 0815722109
"This book presents selected papers from the proceedings of three conferences held in Asia during 2010 to discuss issues of financial development and regulation ..."--Pref., p. vii.
"Although emerging economies as a group performed well during the global recession, weathering the recession better than advanced economies, there were sharp differences among them and across regions. The emerging economies of Asia had the most favorable outcomes, surviving the ravages of the global financial crisis with relatively modest declines in growth rates in most cases. China and India maintained strong growth during the crisis and played an important role in facilitating global economic recovery. In this informative volume, the second in a series on emerging markets, editors Masahiro Kawai and Eswar Prasad and contributors analyze the major domestic macroeconomic and financial policy issues that could limit the growth potential of Asian emerging markets, such as rising inflation and surging capital inflows, with the accompanying risks of asset and credit market bubbles and of rapid currency appreciation. The book examines strategies to promote financial stability, including reforms for financial market development and macroprudential supervision and regulation"--P. [IV] of cover.
Additional information: xiv, 321 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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"Examines Asia's emerging markets, which survived the financial debacle of 2008-09 with only modest declines in growth; discusses activities that could dampen continuing development in these markets including inflation, surging capital inflows, asset and credit bubbles, and rapid currency appreciation; and offers strategies to promote financial stability"--Provided by publisher.
Introduction / Eswar S. Prasad -- Part I. Macroeconomic frameworks for financial stability. Monetary policy challenges for emerging markets in a globalized environment / Sukudhew Singh -- The great liquidity freeze : what does it mean for international banking? / Dietrich Domanski and Philip Turner -- Macroeconomic policy response to the international financial crisis through an Indian prism / Alok Sheel -- Part II. Macroprudential regulation. Macroprudential approaches to banking regulation : perspectives of selected Asian central banks / Reza Siregar -- The role of macroprudential policy for financial stability in East Asia's emerging economies / Yung Chul Park -- Macroprudential approach to regulation : scope and issues / Shyamala Gopinath -- Macroprudential lessons from the financial crisis : a practitioner's view / Kiyohiko G. Nishimura -- Part III. Financial development. Financial deepening and financial integration in Asia : what have we learned? / Raymond Atje -- The development of local debt markets in Asia : an assessment / Mangal Goswami and Sunil Sharma -- Indian financial market development and regulation : what worked and why? / Jayanth R. Varma -- Financial development in India : status and challenges / Rajesh Chakrabarti.
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